It's the summer of 1985, and, for the first time, 17-year-old Carrie Bradshaw can call Manhattan home. After her boyfriend Sebastian and best friend Maggie betrayed her, Carrie is happy to accept the offer to spend the summer living in the downtown loft apartment of her Interview magazine boss Larissa But as summer turns to fall and Carrie heads into her senior year, she and her friends and family discover that letting go of old loves and embracing new dreams comes with some tough new realities but also incredible new opportunities.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Carrie Diaries - Chris Wood (actor) - Netflix
Christopher Charles Wood (born April 14, 1988) is an American actor. He is known for his role as Malachai Parker in the sixth season of the CW's television series The Vampire Diaries in 2014, after previously appearing on The CW's The Carrie Diaries in the role of writer Adam Weaver in 2013. He also starred in the 2016 CW television series Containment in the leading role of Atlanta police officer Jake Riley. From 2016 to 2018, he played Mon-El on the CW superhero series Supergirl.
The Carrie Diaries - Career - Netflix
After graduation, he played Melchior in the national tour of Spring Awakening. He also played Joe Hardy in Paper Mill Playhouse's production of Damn Yankees in 2012. He made his film debut in a made-for-TV movie entitled Browsers in early 2013. In September 2013, producers of The Carrie Diaries announced that Wood would join the show in its second season. Wood appeared as the recurring role of Malachai Parker on season six of The Vampire Diaries; he returned to the role in a guest appearance in the eighth and final season of The Vampire Diaries. He appeared also in a guest role as Paul, in the episode “Beach House” of Girls. He was cast in a starring role in the 2016 CW drama series Containment, portraying officer Jake Riley. Wood gained 30 pounds for the role. In April 2016, Wood was cast in a role on the second season of the PBS period drama Mercy Street. In July 2016, Wood was cast as a series regular in the role of Mon-El for the second season of Supergirl, playing the first live-action adaptation of the DC Comics superhero. He left the series at the end of the third season.
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